Even Mass Chemical Castration Is Not Enough To End Complacence

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https://www.rt.com/viral/397538-sperm-low-western-men/
"Chemicals, diet, stress, and lifestyle choices have caused the sperm levels of Western men to plummet to less than 50 percent of what they were four decades ago, a new study has found.

The research found that sperm in the ejaculate of men from Europe, North America, Australia, and New Zealand fell by 1.4 percent every year between 1973 2011, leading to an overall drop of just over 52 percent.

“The results are quite shocking,” said study co-author Hagai Levine, an epidemiologist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, according to Reuters. He called the results an "urgent wake-up call."'

Levine added that while fertility treatments such as IVF can sometimes offer solutions to the procreating problem, little is being done to address the root of the issue - an overall general decline in men's health.

Poor sperm counts have also been associated with testicular cancer, increased male mortality rates, children born with one or both testicles missing, and the onset of male puberty, according to the researchers.

"Eventually we may have a problem, and with reproduction in general, and it may be the extinction of the human species,” Levine told the BBC.

Environmental influences, heat, lifestyle factors, diet, stress, smoking, and obesity - both prenatally and in adult life - have all been “plausibly associated” with the decline, according to the study.

“Therefore, sperm count may sensitively reflect the impacts of the modern environment on male health throughout the life course,” the paper reads.

In particular, the paper notes, chemical exposures or maternal smoking “during critical windows of male reproductive development may play a role in prenatal life, while lifestyle changes and exposure to pesticides may play a role in adult life.”

Published in the medical journal Human Reproduction Update, the “rigorous and comprehensive” research analyzed data from 185 studies. Researchers from Israel, Denmark, the US, Brazil, and Spain took part in the study.

The trend has not been recorded among men in Africa, Asia, or South America, though the authors concede that fewer studies have been carried out in those regions.

The study’s authors have called for urgent work to narrow down the causes for the decline in sperm levels among Western men.

“This definitive study shows, for the first time, that this decline is strong and continuing,” said one of the study’s authors, Professor Shanna Swan of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai."

One of the causes:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-105466/Fertility-timebomb-drinking-water.html
The fertility of a generation of men is being put at risk because a hormone found in the Pill is getting into drinking water, scientists fear.

Pollution due to the chemical, a powerful form of oestrogen, is causing up to half the male fish in our lowland rivers to change sex, research shows.

Experts believe the hormone could be getting into drinking water and affecting men's sperm counts. They say sewage treatment does not remove the chemical entirely from drinking supplies, although the water industry insists there is no evidence of a risk to health.

A study to be published by the Environment Agency later this month says entire fish stocks in some stretches of water are irreversibly affected. Scientists believe the synthetic oestrogen can feminise-fish at levels as low as one part per billion.

Professor Charles Tyler, one of the leaders of the research, told BBC1's Countryfile: 'Some of the concentrations where we are seeing effects on fish are below the detection limit in place for testing our drinking water. So we cannot be sure that some of these compounds aren't getting into our drinking water.'

The study on roach stocks from ten rivers found nearly half of male fish had eggs in their testes or female reproductive ducts. A tenth were sterile and another quarter had damaged sperm.

Dr Susan Jobling, from the research team, said: 'There are very real reasons to be worried about whether male reproductive health could also be affected.'

The discovery that half the male fish in Britain's rivers are changing sex - and that the hormone responsible may be getting into drinking water - is just the latest example of how nature can give us nasty surprises.

For, despite our frequent boast that we have conquered the natural world, it has a habit of striking back in ways we least expect.

Millions of women have found the Pill to be a blessing and, although it might pose some health risks, no one expected it to cause an environmental crisis. On the contrary, it promised to avert catastrophe by helping to slow population growth.

But now scientists have found that ethanol oestradiol - a chemical used in the Pill which is between 50 to 100 times more powerful than natural oestrogens - is responsible for feminising fish.

Excreted in women's urine and passing through sewage works, it is causing the fish to develop eggs in their testes and, in some cases, creating female reproductive ducts.

Although scientists do not yet know whether this is affecting people, we do know that one-third of our drinking water comes from rivers - most of it

from stretches situated below sewage works. And we also know that sperm counts have been dropping alarmingly.

One study by the Medical Research Council found that Scottish men born since 1970 are 25 per cent less fertile than those born 20 years earlier - and that fertility is continuing to drop by two per cent a year.

Of course, other chemicals may be responsible, for we are increasingly discovering that we are surrounded by 'gender-bending' substances.

Many pesticides and plastics, for example, contain chemicals that disrupt the hormone system.

They have also been widely found in food and drink, including in baby milk formula.

These developments underline three lessons we must learn about nature.

First, it is far too complex for us to predict how it will react to changes brought about by man. Second, it gives little away for free - and if we make heavy demands, it exacts a high price.

And last, it has no reset button: we cannot quickly put things back the way they were, if at all.

The world has been trying to drum these lessons into us since the dawn of civilisation.

The oldest known written story, the epic of Gilgamesh, warns against cutting down the cedar forests of Mesopotamia.

But the moral was disregarded and what was once the city of Uruk is now just a bump in the sand of the resulting desert.

Over the generations we have learnt - usually the hard way - that wanton environmental damage causes disaster.

But nature is now also teaching us that well-meaning actions can have nasty consequences if not enough care is taken.

Antibiotics are one of the greatest boons humanity has produced. But their overuse has caused a dangerous resistant bacteria which a House of Lords committee concluded last year had become 'endemic in almost all hospitals'.

Pesticides may have helped to feed the world but misusing them has bred more than 1,000 types of weeds, insects and diseases that can withstand them.

Equally, we built tall chimneys to disperse air pollution, only to find that thousands of lakes 'died' in Scandinavia because the pollutants were carried hundreds of miles on the winds to fall as acid rain.

More recently, scientists have been shocked to find pesticides used in the tropics turning up in high concentrations in the Arctic.

In another example, Australia imported toads from the Caribbean to eat a beetle that was devastating its sugar canes. But instead of seeing off the beetles, the toads have proliferated over Queensland, devastating wildlife.

Nearer home, the North American grey squirrel - first released in Britain at Woburn Abbey in 1890 - has almost wiped out our native red species.

Perhaps most dramatic of all, apparently benign chemicals have been devastating the vital ozone layer. CFCs were widely used because they were stable, inert and non-toxic.

But their very stability allowed them to rise into the stratosphere and attack the natural shield that protects us from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays.

They are now being phased out around the world, but the Antarctic ozone hole will take at least a century to close.

Shocks are certainly in store. By definition, we can't predict them. But the U.S. National Academy of Sciences has just raised a particularly alarming possibility.

It noted that in the geological past the Earth often flipped into a wholly different - much hotter or much cooler - climate in the space just a few years.

Global warming, it suggested, could make that happen again, and abruptly end the benign climate that has allowed the growth of human civilisation.

So the fish in Britain's rivers may be the aquatic equivalent of miners' canaries, warning us to take much greater care in the future if mankind is to avoid more dangerous threats to our existence.
 





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I read about this on other websites and most of the people commenting seem to think it's a good thing. They say the planet is so overpopulated anyways that we don't really need any more humans. I've lost count of the amount of times people have said something to the effect of "humans have done so much damage to this planet, nature, and even to each other in the blink of an eye compared to the age of the Earth. It's time for this race to end." So I think many people are complacent because they support the extinction of the human race.
 





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Of course, the balance of power shifting towards unaffected developing countries would only bring more turmoil, but such can the cheapest lie be sold if it's in demand.
 





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I don't see extinction of a slowing down of ppl as a bad thing.

I'll be long gone, so it doesn't make me no nevermind.
 





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"A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself from within." - Ariel Durant

JAMES WOODS: “THERE IS A WAR ON BOYS IN AMERICA”

The Drugging of the American Boy

"By the time they reach high school, nearly 20 percent of all American boys will be diagnosed with ADHD. Millions of those boys will be prescribed a powerful stimulant to "normalize" them. A great many of those boys will suffer serious side effects from those drugs. The shocking truth is that many of those diagnoses are wrong, and that most of those boys are being drugged for no good reason—simply for being boys. It's time we recognize this as a crisis."

The elite are fully aware of the results of any of their attacks directed toward the male.
 





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"By the time they reach high school, nearly 20 percent of all American boys will be diagnosed with ADHD.
This is a good article describing why there is an ADHD epidemic in America.
https://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/20/magazine/the-not-so-hidden-cause-behind-the-adhd-epidemic.html

I think it's mostly because the drug companies want to profit as much as they can and the doctors just hand out the diagnosis and prescriptions all the time because there are no real guidelines or tests required to determine if someone actually has ADHD or not.
 





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This is a good article describing why there is an ADHD epidemic in America.
https://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/20/magazine/the-not-so-hidden-cause-behind-the-adhd-epidemic.html

I think it's mostly because the drug companies want to profit as much as they can and the doctors just hand out the diagnosis and prescriptions all the time because there are no real guidelines or tests required to determine if someone actually has ADHD or not.
This is a case of shooting ten birds with one stone. Yes, they are raking in the money but they are also fully aware of the wider societal implications (suicide, infertility etc; elite goals) resulting from their manufactured epidemic.
This documentary was pretty good.

 





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"A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has destroyed itself from within." - Ariel Durant

JAMES WOODS: “THERE IS A WAR ON BOYS IN AMERICA”

The Drugging of the American Boy

"By the time they reach high school, nearly 20 percent of all American boys will be diagnosed with ADHD. Millions of those boys will be prescribed a powerful stimulant to "normalize" them. A great many of those boys will suffer serious side effects from those drugs. The shocking truth is that many of those diagnoses are wrong, and that most of those boys are being drugged for no good reason—simply for being boys. It's time we recognize this as a crisis."

The elite are fully aware of the results of any of their attacks directed toward the male.
Rebellions and revolutions are mainly done through force because there is simply no other way and by drugging and "castrating" the males of any civilization the elite also stop any kind of rebellion or revolution that would take away their wealth and power. This is not some new trick. When civilizations/tribes/villages/clans were taken over and or defeated the males were killed and the females taken as slaves and or factory baby makers. The only thing that has changed in today's world is that though the trick remains the same the means have changed. Instead of putting the males down through force they are feminizing them, drugging them, and or demonizing them.